25 February 1943, Liverpool, Merseyside, England, d. 29 November 2001, Los Angeles, California, USA. As the youngest member of the Beatles, Harrison was constantly overshadowed by John Lennon and Paul McCartney. Although Dont Bother Me (With The Beatles), I Need You (Help!) and If I Needed Someone (Rubber Soul) revealed a considerable compositional talent, such contributions were swamped by his colleagues prodigious output. Instead, Harrison honed a distinctive guitar style, modelled on rockabilly mentor Carl Perkins, and was responsible for adding the sitar into the pop lexicon through its complementary use on Norwegian Wood.
Harrisons infatuation with India was the first outward sign of his growing independence, while his three contributions to Revolver, noticeably Taxman and I Want To Tell You, showed a newfound musical maturity. The Indian influence...
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